Nissan GT-R review

Category: Sports car

Section: Passenger & boot space

Nissan GT-R 2021 dashboard
  • Nissan GT-R 2021 front cornering
  • Nissan GT-R 2021 rear cornering
  • Nissan GT-R 2021 dashboard
  • Nissan GT-R 2021 front seats
  • Nissan GT-R 2021 gearstick
  • Nissan GT-R 2021 front panning
  • Nissan GT-R 2021 right panning
  • Nissan GT-R 2021 right panning
  • Nissan GT-R 2021 front cornering
  • Nissan GT-R 2021 rear cornering
  • Nissan GT-R 2021 dashboard
  • Nissan GT-R 2021 front seats
  • Nissan GT-R 2021 gearstick
  • Nissan GT-R 2021 front panning
  • Nissan GT-R 2021 right panning
  • Nissan GT-R 2021 right panning
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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

Two occasional back seats and a 315-litre boot combine to make the Nissan GT-R one of the more usable performance cars. The boot is a good size – wide enough for a set of golf clubs, and deep enough for a couple of holdalls.

The GT-R's back seats don’t fold forwards, so there’s no through-loading facility for longer items. The rear seats themselves are big enough to admit a young teenager, but nobody bigger. There are also Isofix child seat anchor points in the back, making it realistic to carry younger kids and still leave decent room up front.